george albot


FAX or facts


So I could not wait for you to go
Thanks for that,
Why bother with the FAX' or the TEXT
Of something when you're blond!
Weather ‘or not you wanted to cause a storm'
Between us, or is that the way you want to tell me something
Thought we had more than that,
Not just my spelling that wrong, is it

For the record
I have all ways being honest
I have never said anything to you that I didn't mean
I have always treated you with respect, and consideration
I have tried to be a gentleman and also treated you like a lady

But by knowing that, you have done to me
What you probably intended.
Made me feel guilty by association
Thanks for that,
It would have better, in a note or to my face

You will never know how much you have hurt me
By that text you sent
Something that was so beautiful and wonderful
What two people was sharing
This is what made it so good?
But you have made it and me sound so cheap
All of the nice memories have been taken away
So once again thanks for that

Y, R, U, A, - - - 2,1
A blond will be able to work that out,
But you're not a real blond, are you
Something else that fake?
Just like wearing a mask
You just don't know who's behind it

Thought this, would be fitting as it is
My last,1;
Night' night;
, , ,

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Submitted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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